Storm in the City by S. Michael
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (43 pgs)
Other: M/M, F/M/M, Ménage, Anal Play, Voyeurism
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Nightshade
As a cat shifter and a vampire, Emerald and Armand fit together perfectly; their appetites and needs are well-matched. When they see the lonely looking man watching them from the apartment across the way, they can't help but show off for him, making love in as many delicious and kinky ways as they can to keep him intrigued.
Harry's been a little down and a lot lonely since Naomi left him. Maybe that's why he's been uncharacteristically watching the couple in the apartment across the way as they make love in their window. They're fascinating to him, and obviously aware that he's watching. Will he pick up the phone when the beautiful woman across the way writes her number on the glass?
Nonstop sizzle is the only way to describe Storm in the City. From the opening scene to the very last word the reader is swept up in the erotic antics of Emerald and Armand as they tease and taunt their voyeur neighbor Harry. To add spice to the scene, Emerald, a cat shifter, and Armand, a vampire, decide to invite their new friend over to play. When Harry joins the game, the heat level goes up exponentially as he experiences being with a man for the first time. This new experience sends him over the edge and begging for more from the sexy duo, which they are more than happy to provide.
The combination of innocent exploration and the ultimate threesome makes for a mouthwatering read. There were very few editing hiccups but the characters were so sexy that the reader can’t wait to find a twosome like this of their own. This story is the perfect length, any longer and it would be complete sensory overload for the reader.
White hot from beginning to end describes this short story. There is very little that can be improved upon when it comes to Storm in the City. Perfect character development, perfect tempo, and imaginative sex scenes overshadow the lack of real plot. Considering all of the story’s other attributes this one snag is easily overlooked. This is one of the summer’s naughty reads and I can’t wait to encounter this author again.